How to Move Through Grief to Joy

The picture you see here was taken 6 days after my beloved grandmother passed on. The insights, peace, clarity, gratitude and love moved through me with such beautiful intensity 💗- right after very deep grieving (involving forms of disbelief-denial, regret, shame, confusion, overwhelm, sadness). When we embrace that whatever life offers us is here to serve us – magical things can happen.

I’d love for all of us to move through fear, confusion and pain associated with loss.

Here are some quick Guidelines on working with Loss & Grief:

𝟭. “Get Rid of ‘I can’t handle it!’: the biggest block in moving through emotions is the belief that they are bigger than you are. This isn’t true as you are the one holding the space for them – so you must be bigger!

𝟮. Lean into it: don’t run, delay or deny what you feel – the more you allow yourself to feel and even invite more in – the faster it passes through you.

𝟑. Remember it’s meant to finish: kick “this is endless” thoughts aside – emotions aren’t eternal, everything changes.

𝟒. Look for ‘goodies’: we were taught a lie about “unpleasant emotions” e.g. they hurt us & have no further use. If the Universe is kind, then what you feel has a value. Look for that value. You WILL find it.

𝟓. Higher Power: studies on longevity & happiness show that people who accept there is a Higher Power, deal with adversity and regain balance much faster.You don’t have to be religious or spiritual to open your mind to the Greater Intelligence of Nature, which includes cycles of life.❤️

Feel free to share below if any of the points above resonate with you the most.

If you would like to work through loss: the course on ‘Moving through Loss into Joy and Confidence’ is available online (check workshops on this website), and if you act before 26th of March 2023, you can still join some of the sessions Live in the course.

If you would like some help with moving through challenging emotions into peace, contentment and even joy 1:1 – you can book a Discovery Call to see if I can assisst you with that.

Disclaimer: By reading this and other posts on this website, you agree that this information is shared only as a personal experience shared by the author. The information shared on this website is not designed to diagnose or treat mental or physical disorders or conditions.